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Yoko-Dovyrensky Massif, Dovyren Highlands, Buriatia Republic (Buryatia), Transbaikalia (Zabaykalye), Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia

Plombièrite
Yoko-Dovyrensky Massif, Dovyren Highlands, Buriatia Republic, Transbaikalia, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia

Photo: Sergey Vasiliev
Latitude: 56°30'N
Longitude: 110°0'E
Йоко-Довыренский массив

Layered dunite-troctolite-gabbro massif in the northeastern Lake Baikal Region. Famous deposit of blue diopside in skarn xenoliths.

Mineral List

Afwillite
Atheneite
Atokite
Augite
var: Fassaite

Baghdadite
'Biotite'
Bismuth
Bornite
Brucite
Calcite
Calzirtite
Chalcopyrite
Clausthalite
Cubanite
Diopside
var: Blue Diopside
Dovyrenite (TL)
Fluorapatite
Forsterite
Foshagite
Galena
var: Selenian Galena

Geversite
Godlevskite
Heazlewoodite
'Hydrogarnet'
Hydroxylapatite
Hydroxylellestadite
Ilmenite
Isoferroplatinum
Kotulskite
Laitakarite
Mackinawite
Majakite
Maslovite
Maucherite
'Melilite'
Mertieite-II
Merwinite
Moncheite
Monticellite
Nickeline
Nickelskutterudite
Paolovite
Pentlandite
Perovskite
Phlogopite
Plombièrite
Potarite
Pyrrhotite
Rammelsbergite
Rustenburgite
Safflorite
Silver
var: Küstelite

Sperrylite
Sphalerite
Spinel
Sudburyite
Taimyrite-I
Talnakhite
Tazheranite
Tetra-auricupride
Tetraferroplatinum
Troilite
Tulameenite
'UM2005-32-SiOCO:CaH'
Vesuvianite
Violarite
Zvyagintsevite


68 entries listed. 60 valid minerals. 1 type locality (valid mineral).

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References

- Konnikov, E.G., Meurer, W.P., Neruchev, S.S., Prasolov, E.M., Kislov, E.V., and Orsoev, D.A. (2000): Fluid regime of platinum group elements (PGE) and gold-bearing reef formation in the Dovyren mafic-ultramafic layered complex, eastern Siberia, Russia. Mineralium Deposita 35, 526-532.
- Rudashevskiy N.S., Krecer D.A., Orsoev D.A., Kislov E.V. (2003) Palladium-platinum mineralization in vein Cu-Ni-ores of Yoko-Dovyrenskiy laiered massif, - DAN, 391(4), p. 519-522 (in Rus.).
- Galuskin, E. V. et al. (2007) Dovyrenite Ca6Zr[Si2O7]2(OH)4 - a new mineral from skarned carbonate xenoliths in basic-ultrabasic rocks of the Ioko-Dovyren Massif, Northern Baikal region, Russia. Mineralogia Polonica 38, 15-27. [http://www.ptmin.agh.edu.pl/vol38no1/vol38no1_2.pdf]

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